Monthly Archives: January 2019

Sorsogon’s Apostles

Just watching the apostles (that if I could see them at all) being covered and dark, is just saddening. I don’t claim to be religious, but I do know respect. And comparing the two pictures below is just appalling how … Continue reading

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That Leaves One Shell Tennis Court?

The truth is I haven’t played tennis since 15 years ago. But what struck me with these pictures is the historical significance of tennis court inside the kwartel, now known as Camp Salvador Escudero Sr. From my previous article, I … Continue reading

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[Updated] Camp Salvador Escudero Sr.

The camp is one of the oldest establishment in the city, and is located along Magsaysay Street. It’s named after the late Gurang, Salvador Escudero Sr. – one of the Sorsogon Governor and local guerilla leader. It was a former Spanish fort, … Continue reading

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